The Built Heritage specialisation addresses the conservation and future use and development of historic buildings, from preservation through to adaptive reuse.
Built Heritage covers the multidisciplinary nature of heritage conservation theory and practice. You will increase your knowledge of historic and modern buildings, exploring how they were built, how to assess their heritage value and how to look after them to ensure a long life in the future. You will also learn about the legislative and policy environment that impacts upon the longevity of old buildings.
You can choose courses from the following disciplines:
- Art history
- Museums and cultural heritage
The School of Architecture and Planning is New Zealand’s leading tertiary educator in the architecture/built environment field.* We offer the country’s only masters qualification in heritage conservation.
* QS World University Rankings by Subject 2018
Where can Built Heritage take you?
You could contribute to real-world heritage conservation as a conservation or heritage consultant, or as a heritage advisor within central or local government. You could also work for private organisations looking to maintain their heritage buildings.